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Hi, I haven't posted for some time. I had hysterectomy and removal of ovaries at 36 with bladder repair , then anterior cystocele repair last July 2017. I have just been in touch with my urogynae nurse specialist to ask her about a holiday after my hubby has finished his treatment for prostate cancer. We haven't had a holiday for years and it's something we are looking forward to. I rang her to ask about restrictions on walking and she said that it is 20 mins on flat surface only, the same as after my 6 weeks of doing nothing really. I know that this surgery can fail, but has anyone else been told the same?
We feel we will have to go on a cruise to save walking!! She also said restrictions are for life. I am also only allowed to iron small things sitting down. I am not in any way moaning about this as I totally appreciate the work my urogynae surgeon did, but feel curious to know what others have been told. I should mention I am 69 yrs old. Thanks for listening. May
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